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in san anselmo. the park is expected to open on june 1st in san anselmo avenue near city hall. >>> uc offers classes for 24 to $2,400. but uc is not drawing nonuc students only one in fact. uc is getting competition from other units such as stanford which offers courses for free. >>> multiple choice questions on state standardized tests may soon be a thing of the past for california students. s t udents the new way of testing is scheduled to be rolled out in the 2014-2015 school year pending approval by lawmakers and the governor. >>> a marin county landmark has a completely new look following several storms. this is the way the arch looked like at the tennessee beach at tennessee cove for decades. for many years it's also been a favorite spot for pictures. but on december 29th. a graduate student at the institute of technology was on the beach taking pictures when all of a sudden that arch came tumbling down. the graduate student and his geologist father said the noise was so loud it also blocked out the sounds of the waves. >>> it starts way up here and you see the curser this red l
the next chief of staff is likely to be dennis mcdone mcdonogh. he would replace jack lew. >>> uc students say they will be at the regents' meeting this morning to petition lifting caps on health benefits. and jerry bro unwill be there -- jerry brown will be there. a group of students calling for uc to eliminate the cap as called for in president obama a.m. healthcare overhaul. currently, the plan has a lifetime coverage cap of $had00 -- of $400,000. a student group says that's not enough to cover a serious chronic illness. >>> in ireland and britain, an irish meat processor now recalling 10 million burgers. investigators found one burger out of 27 contained 29% horse meat. >> we're told what the label says and then there's also things not there. it's a bit worrying, isn't it? how much can you trust? >> it's also possible not to -- not to want to end the climate, some have cut corners and horse meat has been supplied. >> authorities say the horse meat is not a danger to the public. >>> 7:21. warmer weather ahead. but what about rain? up next, meteorologist steve paulson will tell us if he
college in maine, he also went to uc- berkeley law school and finished in 1978. he and his wife have two daughters. i also want to mention, prior to becoming mayor, one of the key points in his contributions to the community is after he completed law school, he worked as a managing attorney for the san francisco asian law caucus, where he was an advocate for affordable housing and the rights of immigrants and renters. mayor lee -- [applause] >> thank you. welcome to city hall. the people's city hall, san francisco. i want you all to note that that was such a wonderful rendition of our national anthem. please give another applause to the millennium -- melanie and her daughter. i am so excited about all of you and seen so many of you from all over our state. come to city hall anin san francisco, welcome. i would like to welcome the former secretary of transportation. [applause] thank you for being here. thank you, john, thank you. our board of supervisors comment david chiu, thank you very much. david campos, thank you for being here. he is our adopted asian brother. we have so many of our
plans to stay on until the end of august to find a replacement. he plans to return to teaching law at u.c.. he said the prior 18 months brought taxing health issues but the issues have been overcome it's time to make a change in my professional lifestyle. he did not elaborate on his health problems. >> meanwhile, the number of freshman flikts to attend 2013 marks a record high. nearly 175,000 students have applied to attend the university of california next fall. that is a 10.7% increase over last fall. largest increase is at santa cruz with 16.9% of applicants. u.c. berkeley saw the smallest at 9.7%. let's turn it over to lisa argen >> we have over 30-degree temperature spread in the vavms. mount tam, numbers are below freezing and numbers at 60 at the coast. 34 in redwood city right now. we are warmer along the shoreline. 44 in monterey. 31 in gilroy. with the spare-the-air day, you will notice it looks hazy out there. right now the waves are at five feet. 10:00 through 4:00 tomorrow, the swell could be beyond 20 feet. so very dangerous and it's tempt weigh the beautiful day and numbers
, a few blocks from the uc conference. they had to dig up a street to get to a pipe. the water has not damaged homes or businesses but had have been half a dozen water main breaks because of a combination of cold weather and aging pipe. columbus parkway has reopened after hue tree branches fell on the passing cars around 6:00 last night when the branches estimated to weigh several tons broke off the trees and fell on traffic. police say no driver or passengers were injured. a passing minivan was crushed and two other cars were badly damaged. it took city crews more than two hours to cheer the roadway. the 26-year-old custodian accused of a deadly new year's eve shooting in san jose will be charged with murder today. hernandez is accused of shooting a 36-year-old in an underground garage on monday morning. police say hernandez was following his boss' order to retain or detain, rather, the suspected car thief until police arrived. the attempted citizen's arrested developed into a struggle that ended in gunfire. >> concern of flooding caused by expected high tide is forcing cal tran t
is faster we will turn to mike pelton. >> the water continues to flood the intersection perry ed uc some of the through traffic is still able to come through. the officers do have a few lines that are open. road flares and officers are on the same. they stated that this broke out about 3:30 a.m.. they hope to have the water shut off within the next hour to 45 minutes. they stated that this does not mean that this road will open back up. >> congress has nearly avoided a fiscal cliff. the republican-led house of representatives agreed on a compromise late last night. if less than 24 hours after the deal was passed by the senate. if the final house vote was 257 to 167, with 85 republicans joining democrats. the vote capped off weeks of back and forth between chambers. president obama praised the compromise, saying that he does not want a repeat of the bickering in future negotiations. >> the bill case and come taxes the same for everyone except individuals making $400,000 a year or more. it also delays automatic spending cuts in defense and government programs for two months. it extends lon
the list. ucla led the way at number 6. university of california at berkeley and uc san diego 8 and 10. >> we start with things like graduation rates, test scores. as far as cost, we look at financial aid, sticker price. debt upon graduation. we take all that and put them together into a formula and out comes the list. >> six university of california schools were ranked in the top 25 and 8 were in the top 100. the university of north carolina was the top spot since the first analysis back in 1998. >>> it is the first week of a new year, time for california to make its first check of the snow pack, why it is so far so good. >> weather, few high clouds moving in to the bay area. coming up, the temperature change and when shower chances rhesuses on the five-day forecast -- reservice on the five-day forecast. >>> the results are in from the first snow pack survey of the year taken today. ktvu's ken pritchett joins us now. the results look positive? >> reporter: they do. this is part of the snow pack. crunchy snow at this location. we have a healthy snow pack to speak of so far this year, c
investigation. >>> uc davis police arrested a researcher who was injured in a campus explosion after suspicion of possessing an explosive device and posessing fire arms on campus. >>> an independent review find the use of pepper spray during a protest was unacceptable. an officer sprayed the crowd three times and the report says williams used the pepper spray to break up the crowd, which is against the college's policy. whatever you're in the mood for, sizzler's endless salad bar has over 50 delicious choices. soups, salads, appetizers, and more starting at $8.99 for lunch. sizzler. where fresh is fun. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv with a total home dvr included free for life. only $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. >>> back to that breaking news story we brought you at the top, thi
. this fire too is under investigation tonight. >>> a uc davis researcher injured after an explosion today was arrested. he was charged with possessing materials with the intent to make a destructive device and possessing firearms on campus. authorities say he'll be booked into jail once he's released from the hospital. >>> an independent panel has found that using pepper spray on student protesters was inappropriate. last april about 100 students gathered outside a trustees meeting at a santa monica college to fight a proposed fee hike. the protest turned into a melee when an officer sprayed the crowd three times. friday's report says user pepper pray was against the college's policy. >>> a train ran off its tracks about 11:00 this morning. a total of five cars slipped off the tracks. one was leaking a clear liquid. those people were finally arrived back when the liquid was identified as a nontoxic saline solution. union pacific officials hope to up right the cars tomorrow and remove them from the track. >>> searchers in hawaii will resume their work tomorrow morning trying to find the bo
. >> this morning, a stretch of road in berkeley has been re-opened near telegraph avenue, a few blocks from the uc conference. they had to dig up a street to get to a pipe. the water has not damaged homes or businesses but had have been half a dozen water main breaks because of a combination of cold weather and aging pipe. columbus parkway has reopened after hue tree branches fell on the passing cars around 6:00 last night when the branches estimated to weigh several tons broke off the trees and fell on traffic. police say no driver or passengers were injured. a passing minivan was crushed and two other cars were badly damaged. it took city crews more than two hours to cheer the roadway. the 26-year-old custodian accused of a deadly new year's eve shooting in san jose will be charged with murder today. hernandez is accused of shooting a 36-year-old in an underground garage on monday morning. police say hernandez was following his boss' order to retain or detain, rather, the suspected car thief until police th arrived. the attempted citizen's arrested developed into a struggle that ended in gunfire
standard. federal prosecutors have not commented. >>> police at uc davis launched a criminal investigation into an explosion at a campus apartment that injured a student researcher. it's still unclear what the student was doing when the explosion happened yesterday. officials from the fbi and bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms removed dangerous chemicals from the apartment. the student hurt one of his hands in the blast. at this point no one is in custody. >>> a judge sentenced a richmond man to death today for killing his ex-girl friend and her friend at the teleplays after the richmond san rafael bridge in 2009. 49-year-old nathan burris was convicted two months ago on two counts of murder. burris admitted he killed the two because he believed they were romantically involved. he told jurors he didn't care if they convicted him and sentenced him to death and today he told the judge the sentence didn't matter because legal battles over the penalty make his execution unlikely. authorities say a tip led to the arrest of a fugitive in a 2- year-old hit and run case. police made the arres
but for the first time scientists at uc berkeley are finding a connection between poor sleep, memory loss, and brain deterioration as we age. younger people have deep sleep patterns that help the brain restore and retain memories and information. as we age, the quality of our sleep, deteriorates and prevents the memories from being saved by the brain at night. findings sheds light on some of the forgetfulness common to the elderly like difficulty remembering names. >>> rob is here. we both know that sleep deprivation will certainly keep you from remembering things you need to remember. >> that happens. especially if w. this newscast at midnight. >> that's right. what's your name again? i can't remember. >> we're up a little late tonight. let's see if we remember our names by then. right now, cool outside. about 36 degrees cool already in napa. could have some patchy frost in napa county by tomorrow morning. 50 in oakland. 47 in san francisco. not too breezy out there. the winds earlier this afternoon were up to 25 miles per hour. those have dialled back a little bit tonight. as we head into tonight
health was karen sokal-gutierrez, a pediatrician and professor at u.c. berkeley. she showed us pictures from 30 years ago, when kids had healthy teeth. but just one generation later, the photos look different. >> this is a child who has all of the teeth on the bottom rotten and all of the teeth on the top. years late, when i'd go to a village and the kids would come flock around us and hug us and smile and that's when i saw, "oh, my god. their teeth are all black and rotten." i'd never seen this before. what happened? so, you want to treat your patient. >> reporter: professor gutierrez and her team of volunteers work on the ground in el salvador, training health workers and donating supplies. she estimates that 85% of kids in rural areas of el salvador have tooth decay and nearly half experience mouth pain, leading to serious problems, like jaw infections, tooth loss, and malnutrition. she puts much of the blame on snack food imported from the united states. with sales peaking at home, american companies are searching for new markets. in 2009, 25% of coca colas operating profits came fr
a decline in dental health was karen sokal-gutierrez, a pediatrician and professor at u.c. berkeley. she showed us pictures from 30 years ago, when kids had healthy teeth. but just one generation later, the photos look different. >> this is a child who has all of the teeth on the bottom rotten and all of the teeth on the top. years later, when i'd go into a village and the kids would come flock around us and hug us and smile and that's when i saw, "oh, my god. their teeth are all black and rotten." i'd never seen this before. what happened? so, you want to treat your patient. >> reporter: professor gutierrez and her team of volunteers work on the ground in el salvador, training health workers and donating supplies. she estimates that 85% of kids in rural areas of el salvador have tooth decay and nearly half experience mouth pain, leading to serious problems, like jaw infections, tooth loss, and malnutrition. she puts much of the blame on snack food imported from the united states. with sales peaking at home american companies are searching for new markets. in 2009, 25% of coca colas oper
a company from having to put that -- >> do we discourage them? >> absolutely. you can be a student at uc berkeley, foreign born, get this wonderful education, microsoft offers you a job for over $100,000 a year and we have to say, if the country will keep you. and most of those students are told they can't stay, get out of the united states. >> he says we're in no position to be tellingeople to get out of the united states if they have got the science, technology, engineering, math, higher education and the degree skills he says creates jobs in the economy. he said something so interesting as well. he said that frankly the very thorny and complicated difficult problem he said of illegal immigration has held this highly skilled immigration part of the -- part of the immigration laws hostage. listen. >> certainly if we want to bring a person here to be educated, you should never then make them go away. and there is some categories of jobs where you know that other jobs are created around them. and so forcing those back doesn't make sense. i think it is very doable. the numbers here are not
in the house. host: uc the debates that will happen in march regarding the fiscal cliff and sequestration as an opportunity? some of the heavy lifting you wish had gotten done? guest: yes, it is not going to be as effective, as i said, because we have had a congress that has gone through and stubbed its toe, bloodied its nose and maybe a few people learned something. we also had a large number of people who were leaving that might be able to not be looking over their shoulder about being lugared in a primary. 20% of the republicans who voted yes on a proposal last night are leaving congress. host: if you would like to join the conversation and talk with congressman blumenauer -- let's look at some of the details of the fiscal cliff legislation that passed the house and senate yesterday. do you agree with all those items? guest: all those items needed to be addressed, but look at the details. for example, the doc fix is lunacy. is something nobody wants to have. 27% reduction in medicare payments. but instead of addressing its trade on -- and it is something that we fix every year -- we ar
in effect. some of the prop 30 revenue is earmarked for higher education. but as of now, the uc and csu boards could raise fees. >>> a $12,000 reward is up for a stolen piece of oakland history. the historic gold box was stolen last week. it was taken in the second break-in at the museum in just the last couple of months. the museum has increased its security since then. >>> here's lawrence with your forecast. and we are warming up. >> yes, we are going to need to warm things up nicely into the afternoon as we have cold temperatures outside but high pressure is going to crank up these numbers. beautiful hazy sunshine out over san jose right now. temperatures still cold in spots inland. 20s and 30s there. 40s at the coast. and by the afternoon, 50s even some mid-60s today so some warmer weather is on the way and it's going to hang around. looks like not only today but right through tomorrow and into the weekend. plenty of sunshine coming our way. we're going to check out your "timesaver traffic" coming right up. >>> good morning. checking et ride
to berkeley law school instead of two different law school in the uc system and you fail. whereas you could very will succeed anywhere else. so i think it has a multiplicative effect, which takes away the life chances of a large sector of americans. that is the core issue here, where society can really do something. it is hard to imagine how you change the culture, how you change the patterns of the family structure. but it does not hard at all how you imagine education and opportunities and denying them i think is a crime. [applause] >> god bless you. i am wondering how you reconcile the demagoguery of the obama administration as the system by the media resulting in upper-50's approval ratings with your idea that we can settle conservative ideas in the majority. >> everyone wants the country to succeed. everyone wants the president, who is the leader of the country, to succeed. there's nothing unusual about having a higher approval. you have been reelected and this is a new page in the country. the country sees itself as entering a new chapter and wants to succeed. i don't begrudge the pre
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